Capitol Hill Architecture/Art Online Tour
I recently organized an
Architectural/Art Walking tour of Capitol Hill
to benefit the Center on Contemporary Art,
in conjunction with their BLURRED Architecture/Art Exhibit.
A unique walking tour of dozens of unique buildings, interesting
spaces, architectural offices, design studios, private residences,
artist’s studios, and other places seldom open to the public.
Award-winning urban lofts, penthouse apartments, artist’s private
galleries, unique working studios and alternative art galleries.
CoCA blurs the line between architecture and art, form
and function, content and chaos. Explore the breadth
and depth of architectural possibility in the Northwest.
Lucy Duchemin’s fabulous pad designed by Jennifer Randall
Blending traditional and contemporary themes,
this new 1900 SF house has a European flavor.
Simple materials — concrete, metal, glass and plywood —
find their place alongside more refined materials
like hardwoods and granite.
The home received the 2000 Home of the Year Award
by the American Institute of Architects/Seattle Times.
DAVID FOSTER, ARCHITECT
ARTIST LOFTS from left to right: Pike Lofts, Central Corner Lofts,
Union Art Coop, 1310 East Union Lofts
Firehouse #25 and Monique Lofts
wanzer munizza design studio
Dan Earle / Jackie Henrion Union Art Studio
Studio Deouvrir – Space for Art and Creativity
Mark Travers Architect
DK Studios Artist Made Building Parts
James Nowak Incorporated
Greg Kucera and Larry Yocom’s Capitol Hill residence.
Lead Pencil Studio
Art from the studio of Barry Connolly
John Kintz and Sarah Novotny’s home/studio at Union Art Cooperative
showcasing artists represented by Roq la Rue gallery.
Architectural design by UArc Studios.
Fabulous Penthouse Condo in the Pike Lofts
The studio of artist Cassandria Blackmore.
Sneak preview of work being created for her solo show
at William Traver Gallery in November.
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